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Combs &c. of Middlesex
Parishes within 20 miles of London
Later Combs &c. Middlesex Marriages
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Note: Brentford is a market town, comprising Old Brentford in the parish of Ealing and New Brentford in the parish of Hanwell, hundred of Elthorne seven miles southwest of Hyde-Park corner, on the great western road. New Brentford is a parish of its own, but Old Brentford is returned with Ealing a handsome stone bridge over the Thames leads to Kew [Surry]: the Brent (Lewis, 1831)
02 Aug 1618 New Brentford Parish. Groom: Walter MANNINGS. Bride: Elizabeth MORRYS. [Search Words: MANNING MORRIS]
14 May 1633 New Brentford Parish. Groom: RAYNER, Richard & Bride: Anna COMES. Comments: Licensed
Marriage Source, except where otherwise stated, is: Middlesex Marriages. Note: All post-1699 marriages have not yet been added in to our parish reports. See Later Marriages of Middlesex for the remainder.
Geographical Sources, except where otherwise stated are A Topographical Dictionary of England, Samuel Lewis, S. Lewis and Company, London, 1831, and parishinfo.mdb by by Terry Lawson, Gerry Lawson and Derek Boys.
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